Candle stays lit: Dan Gallison, proprietor of the Candlestick retailer on the Plaza, had introduced this fall that he was promoting his enterprise and would stay closed till that point, however he informed the Index-Tribune this week that he has determined to attempt to stay open. Gallison, 72, believes Candlestick is California’s oldest and largest specialty candle retailer. He thanked the loyal prospects who shopped his latest sale and his landlords for making it doable for him to remain in enterprise. The Candlestick has been based mostly at 38. W. Spain St. for 22 years. The shop is open Thursday by way of Sunday.
Artefact reopens: Artefact Design and Salvage proprietor David Allen has “popped up” in a brand new location at 27 Fremont Drive. The brand new spot is open Wednesday by way of Sunday from midday to six p.m. There isn’t a signal, simply a big graphic screw. artefactdesignsalvage.com.
Tasting room closing: Paradise Ridge tasting room in Kenwood is closing on the finish of the yr. Co-owner Rene Byck informed the Index-Tribune that the vineyard’s Santa Rosa location, which burned within the Tubbs fireplace, is doing effectively and other people appear extra curious about going there than the Kenwood location. “This place has served its function,” he stated. Partly, he stated that the a number of fires and PSPS’s during the last three years and the pandemic have taken a toll and that enterprise on the Kenwood spot has been very sluggish.
Warehouse sale: Sonoma Botanicals is having its annual fall open home and warehouse sale from 1 to six p.m. on Friday, Nov. 13, and from 9 a.m. to five p.m. on Nov. 14 and 15. The native firm presents handmade bathtub and physique merchandise, together with lotions, soaps, candles, CBD lotions and extra. The warehouse is situated at 19692 Eighth St. E. Curbside pickup can also be obtainable.
Worth drop: The costs set for the brand new Mockingbird Lane homes being completed now at 843 Fourth St. W. had been lately diminished. There are 18 tons off West MacArthur Road, on the piece of land that was beforehand owned by Sonoma Valley Hospital and offered to Harmony-based developer DeNova Properties for $3.3 million in 2019. The one-family homes vary from 1,800 to 2,500 sq. toes, with a storage and accent dwelling unit. Costs begin simply north of $1.2 million.
Film information: Cinemas in Solano, Mendocino, Lake, Napa and Marin counties can now reopen at quarter- to half-capacity beneath California’s coronavirus framework, whereas Sonoma County film homes await permission. Sonoma’s Sebastiani Theatre is able to reopen, however Sonoma Cinemas on Freeway 12 has closed completely except one other operator is discovered.
New providing: Sonoma mapmaker Rachel LeRoy is now providing customized jigsaw puzzles. LeRoy can mix images with a customized map for a personalised puzzle in your personal enjoyment or as a present or to commemorate holidays, reunions, weddings and different particular events. She can also be providing personalised children instructional puzzles that includes their identify and picture. Extra information is at RachelLeRoyConsulting.com.
Entry to new physician: Sonoma Valley Hospital has partnered with UCSF Well being to offer urology consultations by way of telehealth for referred sufferers starting this month. Urology specialist Peter Carroll, MD, leads UCSF’s Urology Telehealth Program. By way of the expanded partnership, Carroll will present prostate most cancers specialty care and different urologic companies in Sonoma.
Alcohol supply: BevMo has been purchased by an East Coast supply startup, goPuff, for $350 million. BevMo has 161 shops together with eight North Bay areas, in Napa, Fairfield, Vacaville, Santa Rosa, Petaluma, Novato, San Rafael and Greenbrae.
Honor: Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa chef Jared Reeves has been named a finalist in California Lodge & Lodging Affiliation’s 2020 Stars of the Trade Awards. This award acknowledges distinctive efficiency by a supervisory worker to their subordinates, to company and to the neighborhood.
Movie Pageant information: Cinema Napa Valley has employed Michael Polenske as its new chief government officer and artistic director. Polenske will oversee the Napa Valley Movie Pageant. Polenske at present heads up the Aerena Galleries & Gardens with areas in downtown Napa, St. Helena and Healdsburg in addition to the sculpture backyard at Auberge du Soleil.
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